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1 BOWIE TURF NOTES : Lee Evans has shipped the six horses he had here to Thorncliffe. Arthur Hullcoat has made arrangements to send eighteen horses to Canada at the conclusion -of this meeting. Whitey Abel will send his horses along at the same time. It is pleasing to announce that jockey Hilton "Rabbit" Dabson, of Greensboro, who was injured when his mount Gad-around fell earlier in the meeting, is showing signs of improvement at the South Baltimore General hospital. The lads mother is constantly at his bedside while fellow riders also drop in to the hospital to wish him well. The promising apprentice, Glen Haines, will accompany the Louis Campbell and G. L. Stryker stables to Hagerstown, which opens the fourth lap of Marylands spring season on June 1. Haines will later go to" Canada. "Whitey" Baird has taken over the book of L. Belaski, a 102 pound apprentice. Be-laski won with "Monel earlier in the meeting. When W. R. Fleming claimed Major General for ,000, it was the fifth claim of the meeting. Wild Olive, Squeeze Play and Race Street are the latest additions to the schooling list. Jockey Johnny Gilbert, leading winning rider at this meeting, will depart for New York, according to agent Nick Huff. While in New York, Gilbert will be handled by H. D. Cox. Gilbert, who was Americas leading winning rider a year ago, now stands ninth on the list with sixty-two winners. L. H. Drennan, who shipped his jumpers to Canada, won a chase with Curtain Call, one that was handled by Eddie Ball of Baltimore. Muskogee, the property of John Bosley, Jr., of Baltimore County was second. The promising apprentice Johnny Kacala of Baltimore, who is under contract to the Audley Farm of Virginia, has gone to Washington Park. Ex-jockey R. Ingersoll is handling Eddie Waters engagements. He will resume making engagements for "Sonny" Workman when the latter returns to the saddle Saturday. Jockey H. Erickson was suspended for three days for rough riding in the second in which he rode Lough Port, the winner.